A junco /ˈdʒʌŋkoʊ/, genus Junco, is a small North American bird. Junco
systematics are still confusing after decades of research, with various authors ...
Dark-eyed Juncos are neat, even flashy little sparrows that flit about forest floors
of the western mountains and Canada, then flood the rest of North America for ...
In winter over much of the continent, flocks of Juncos can be found around
woodland edges and suburban yards, feeding on the ground, making ticking
calls as ...
The Dark-eyed Junco is commonly found in Washington in two forms, the Oregon
and the Slate-colored. It is unclear whether other races of Dark-eyed Junco ...
The Dark-eyed Junco is a common winter visitor to many backyards. In some
regions, this bird is resident year round, but in many regions of the US, their
For instance, Dark-eyed Juncos in the Pacific Northwest may have a reddish
back and a dark “hood” (Oregon race), while Dark-eyed Juncos in the northeast
The dark-eyed junco is one of the most common and familiar small birds in North
America. Dark-eyed juncos from different areas vary quite considerably in size, ...
The Oregon dark-eyed junco is the most widespread western plumage variation
of the species. These birds are easily recognized by their black or dark gray ...
Dark-eyed juncos are small birds that are 12.5 to 16.5 cm long. They weigh about
19 g and have a wingspan of about 23.5 cm. They have a dark gray head, ...
Known colloquially as “snowbirds,” dark-eyed juncos are often linked to winter.
These small, gray, seed-eating birds in the sparrow family are most often seen in